The main deliverables, allocated to the four Subtasks, will be:

A: Solar planning strategies and concepts

D.A1. Report on example strategies to protect solar design and technologies.


D.A2.1. A summer school for at least 2 consecutive years to allow advanced PhD and Master students to contribute to the study of neighborhood archetypes. These summer schools can target students from various backgrounds such as business, engineering/ architecture, planning, social to work on business plans, modelling etc.

D.A2.2. Report on neighborhood archetypes: Design and analysis.

D.A3. Strategies for the design of new and existing high energy performance solar communities. These strategies can be designed as an interactive web based documentation (link to Subtask B).

B: Economic strategies and stakeholder engagement

D.B1. Report on surface uses of neighborhoods focused on how to define most suitable uses, prevent conflicts and create synergies (link to Subtask A, activity A.3.).

D.B2. Report on economic incentives and business models, including added values, to promote the diffusion of solar neighborhoods (link to Subtask A, outputs from activity A.2.3.).

D.B3. Report on strategies for stakeholder engagement and citizen involvement in solar neighborhoods, developed and tested in case studies (link to Subtask D).

C: Solar planning tools

D.C1. Report on the identification of existing tools and workflows.

D.C2. Roadmap for improved workflows and development needs of solar planning tools.

D: Case studies

D.D1. Report on case studies and stories.

D.D2. Carry out seminars and workshops, which provide feedback and support the knowledge exchange.